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Chronicling All The Lies Told On '90 Day Fiancé'

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Chronicling All The Lies Told On '90 Day Fiancé'

The stars of 90 Day Fiancé aren’t exactly known for their upstanding moral character — but they seemed to be more misleading than ever during this week’s 90 Day episode which was filled with lies. Despite the romantic holiday, the Feb. 14, episode featured most of the TLC couples at each other’s throats. Other than Tarik and Hazel, who are struggling with their situation but supporting each other, all of the 90 Day couples' relationships seemed to be a little worse for wear after this week.

Granted, it wasn’t all bad. Those tense moments led to some of them confronting uncomfortable truths. Ryan pointed out that Stephanie was expecting him to defend himself against Minority Report-adjacent accusations of future infidelity. Mike admitted in a counseling session that he’s no longer in love with Natalie and that he doesn’t seem to think they can work through their issues. And Jovi confessed on camera that he considers it bad luck that Yara is pregnant, considering it’s stopping her from leaving him in the dust and flying back to Ukraine.

But for the most part, the reality personalities were more likely to seize an opportunity to lie to their friends, families, partners and even themselves. And when you add it all up, it was a lot of lies — so I decided to break them all down.

Lie #1: Everything is peachy-keen with Natalie and Mike’s (lack of) wedding planning

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